For PREMIUM & PREMIUM+ subscribers, we provide 15 combinations of standard Titleblocks. There are 5 layout types and 3 choices of font. Have a look at the galleries below.
Fonts Available – Arial, Arial Narrow, Century Gothic. Arial is shown in the galleries.
After you purchase PREMIUM & PREMIUM+ go to the form at the bottom of this page to select your preferred combination. We will be in touch to obtain your logo and practice details for insertion into the Titleblocks.
Or after submitting the form, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with your logo, address, phone, email, website, memberships and license number.
Please ensure the logo is high quality in either .bmp, .jpg, .png or .tiff formats.
The option of customised Titleblocks is available for a fee, as per the I WANT QARC page. If you would like to continue your ‘look’, email email@example.com with such a request and attached examples, and we will massage your style into the QARC Systems Titleblock methodology.
As an explanation, the QARC ARChetype template becomes your template by the simple insertion of 5 Titleblocks. These ‘overwrite’ the ones in the ARChetype, and hey presto, it looks like your practice. There are horizontal and vertical Titleblocks as needed throughout the drawing set, a cover, an extra insert cover for series of drawings for a large set, plus a ‘blank’ for adding a consultant’s drawing.
The QARC4Revit Titleblocks have all that good documentation needs. Multiple North points, all rotatable across the set, some with magnetic/true variance. Many scale bars, easily chosen by check boxes. Extra fields for additional project & sheet data. QARC’s Issue system. We insist that the most important items sit at the bottom right – sheet number, project number and issue. The data is arranged in the ‘thinnest’ way we could manage while still giving you all that is needed.
Traditional Rounded Rectangle
Rectangle Logo Left
Titleblock Selection Form
1. Traditional Rectangle
Traditional Rectangle is the Titleblock that many chose, as it reflects what most practices use. Your info sits in between issue & revision blocks to the left, and the project & sheet data to the right. The Vertical Titleblock does this in a stack.
2. Traditional Lines
Traditional Lines is arranged similarly to Traditional Rectangles, with your info sitting in between issue & revision blocks to the left, and the project & sheet data to the right. The Vertical Titleblock does this in a stack. The difference is that vertical lines are used in the Titleblock to separate items.
3. Traditional Rounded Rectangle
Traditional Rounded Rectangle, as the name suggests, is aa softer rounded version of Traditional Rectangle. It can appear more dramatic, if you like that. Just like 1 and 2, your info sits in between issue & revision blocks to the left, and the project & sheet data to the right. The Vertical Titleblock does this in a stack.
4. Rectangle Logo Left
Rectangle Logo Left is used by those that prefer their info all at the bottom left. The vertical version has this at the top right. It can make your info look more discreet but in fact ensures you are noticed as it sits by itself. To the right of your info is the issue & revision blocks with the project & sheet data to the right.
5. Modern Lines
Modern Lines is the Titleblock for those who generally prefer a vertical arrangement, in a lighter look. Your info, issue and other data sits in the same setup as 1, 2 & 3.